Climbing up mountain is very enjoyable and the best way to discover the diversity and uniqueness of Malaysia's natural landscape, ranging from tropical rain forests in the lowlands to mountain vegetation at higher altitudes. Crossing the river and a waterfall that flows all the way to add adventure.
From the more challenging peaks of Malaysian Borneo, there are mountains that attracts climber from every level. Whether high or low, with each climb you do, you will be rewarded with an impressive sights and discoveries that will expand your mind.
Nearby Mount Trusmadi with its 2643m height is a more adventurous week-long trail through moist forest, moss steep hills and rain-swollen river. At the summit you will see the best views of Mount Kinabalu and a chance to see the remarkably large and rare pitcher plants found only on the ridges of Trusmadi.
The 2376m height trek to the long uphill sandstone summit of famed Mount Mulu takes four days and passes through primary jungle, with swampy patches and before the white clouds disperse to reveal the massive limestone outcropping of Mount Api just across the valley.
Opening hours: 7.00am - 5.00pm (Park Office)
RM3 Adult, RM1 (below 18 years)
RM15 Adult, RM10 (below 15 years)
Lot 1 -3 Block K
Ground Floor, Sinsuran Complex Kota Kinabalu
Tel: 088 211 881 / 212 719
Fax: 6088 211 585 / 221 001
Mulu National Park & Wildlife Office
Tel: 6085 432 561
Borsarmulu Park Management
Tel: 6085 792 305